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  1. opiate

    • adj.
      relating to, resembling, or containing opium
    • n.
      a drug derived from or related to opium;a thing which soothes or stupefies
    • v.
      dull the senses of (someone) with or as if with opium
    • noun: opiate, plural noun: opiates

    • verb: opiate, 3rd person present: opiates, gerund or present participle: opiating, past tense: opiated, past participle: opiated

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    • 片語
    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. relating to, resembling, or containing opium:

      the use of opiate drugs

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a drug derived from or related to opium:

      the opiates are known to have natural counterparts called endorphins

    • 2. a thing which soothes or stupefies:

      the capacity to use books as an opiate

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. dull the senses of (someone) with or as if with opium:

      he grew old and soft, opiating himself into a dreaming bliss

      they opiate the people with the promises of social change that they fail to keep

    • ["\n something regarded as inducing a false and unrealistic sense of contentment among people

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    • ["\n something regarded as inducing a false and unrealistic sense of contentment among people

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    • ["\n something regarded as inducing a false and unrealistic sense of contentment among people

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    • ["\n something regarded as inducing a false and unrealistic sense of contentment among people

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    • 更多解釋
    • adj.
      relating to, resembling, or containing opium:
    • the use of opiate drugs
    • n.
      a drug derived from or related to opium:
    • the opiates are known to have natural counterparts called endorphins
    • v.
      dull the senses of (someone) with or as if with opium:
    • he grew old and soft, opiating himself into a dreaming bliss

      they opiate the people with the promises of social change that they fail to keep

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